Watch Pete Wentz Use Action Figures To Create Fall Out Boy Concert

If you feel like you’re kind of losing it in iso, we have something comforting for you. Pete Wentz has used Fall Out Boy action figures and a variety of other toys to recreate a FOB concert.

Yup, Pete Wentz went live on Instagram to share the set up with fans. In the fan-shared video, he begins, “We’re going to head on down to the live studio stage, which is kind of a main stage, and we’ll see what the vibe is.”

He then presents fans with his live show set up. It involves a couple of old cereal boxes, his laptop for lighting effects, and figures of himself, Patrick Stump, and Joe Trohman from the SOTA Toys Fall Out Boy range.

Among the Pete Wentz-created audience are toy versions of Homer Simpson and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

The Fall Out Boy figurines perform ‘The Phoenix’, ‘Uma Thurman’, ‘Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down’, and more. Wentz then wraps up the concert saying, “And, if that was your first Fall Out Boy concert.. then I promise it’s only goes downhill from here.”

Catch some of the livestream down below.


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so pete did that (a mini free live concert) #fob #falloutboy #petewentz #andyhurley #patrickstump #joetrohman

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an extra song #fob #falloutboy #petewentz #patrickstump #andyhurley #joetrohman

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Fall Out Boy are scheduled to visit Australia this November on the Hella Mega Tour with Green Day and Weezer.

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